Stephen Dyer, DVM, ABVP/Avian
Dr. Stephen Dyer graduated from Tufts University School of Veterinary Medicine in 1998 and soon thereafter joined a veterinary hospital in Wakefield, MA. While there he primarily did general practice with dogs and cats, but also started up an avian/exotic program where none had existed before. In July of 2000, he entered the Avian/Exotic Pet Medicine Residency Program at Angell Animal Medical Center, which he successfully completed in July of 2002. In 2005 Dr. Dyer became boarded with the American Board of Veterinary Practitioners-Avian Practice. Dr. Dyer now sees a wide variety of patients from dogs, cats and ferrets, to birds, reptiles and even an occasional hedgehog! Dr. Dyer’s special interests include rigid endoscopy of birds and reptiles and small mammal dentistry.
Dr. Dyer used to enjoy skydiving but on his 60th jump he discovered he was actually afraid of heights. Oops! Now he enjoys dancing of every sort: flamenco sevillianas are next on the list. Dr. Dyer has two children, Matthew and Isabelle, and among his greatest life achievements he lists being first runner up in his Junior High Spelling Bee.